Registered by Dr. Doug and Mardy Beilstein of Ohio in 2009,
this upright growing cultivar is of unidentified parentage (an unnamed sport of a streaked H. 'Blue Angel').
The giant size (28 inches high by 54 inches wide) hosta
has dark green foliage with a creamy white medial
(center) variegation. Its foliage is broadly ovate,
slightly corrugated, wavy, slightly to moderately
rippled and dull on top. Tubular flowers bloom on scapes
about 32 inches tall.
According to the registration materials: "...emerges
with a streaking creamy white center which, in mid-June
begins to turn green and by mid-July is almost the same
color as the edge...center is viridescent..."
The originator made the following comment on the
of Seedy Fellows website: "Truly a surprise plant
for all who have seen it. In the spring the center half
of the leaf comes up a brilliant creamy yellow with a
dark green border. By mid June a transformation is
starting and the center goes to a very pale green. After
flowering in mid July, the transformation is complete
and now the leaves have a dark green border and a medium
to dark green center. If you like H. 'Guardian
Angel' then you will love H. 'Transformer'.
Currently in TC."